6 Most Instagrammable Spots In Kuala Lumpur

Living in a generation where Instagram seems to be everyone’s favourite app, we love venturing to new places just to take #InstaWorthy photos.

In fact, if you’re staying around Kuala Lumpur, you know that there are tons of places for you to take photos. KL is known for its historical architecture, beautiful nature and deep cultural sights. What’s not to love? This is basically the land of our tropical dreams!

So if you’re looking for a sweet spot to take your next Instagram photo, keep scrolling:

1. Batu Caves 

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Seeing the world in so many colours 🌈 •••• One of the things that inspires me most about travelling is seeing all the different cultures along the way. Batu Caves is one of the biggest Tamil shrines outside of India, and I am absolutely mesmerized by it. Have you seen this colourful place? What do you think of it? 🌈 •••• Thanks @lulus for gifting me this beautiful dress #lovelulus •••• 📷 by @alifeiimagined • •• ••• •••• •••••• #beautifulmatters #beautifuldestinations #passionpassport #kualalumpur #womenwhoexplore #thetravelwomen #travelbloggeres #dametraveler #darlingescapes #sheisnotlost #sidewalkerdaily #wearetravelgirls #femmetravel #ladiesgoneglobal #neverstopexploring #backpackwithme #letsgoeverywhere #speechlessplaces #americanstyle #bestplacestogo #thetravellingnomads #backpackerstory #womenwhotravel #gltlove #wonderful_places #bestvacations #girlaroundworld #acolorstory

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Aha, Batu Caves. This is the famous Hindu temple set in a limestone hill which is equipped with 272 steps. It was recently given a vibrant makeover back in August 2018, making it one of the most Instagrammable locations in Malaysia. Checkout how colourful the steps are!

2. Putra Mosque

How stunning does Putrajaya’s famous pink dome mosque look against the sunrise backdrop? It’s constructed from rose-tinted granite and you can expect the interior to look just as stunning as the exterior. Fun fact: The basement wall of the mosque resembles Morocco’s very own King Hassan Mosque in Casablanca!

3. Sultan Abdul Samad Building

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These buildings were just ‘government offices’ back then, but wow doesn’t look amazing? Situated right in front of the Dataran Merdeka, this spot is a hit with tourists and locals alike.

4. Changkat’s Colourful Street, Bukit Bintang 

Get your camera and #POTD ready because this is a super photogenic place. Recently, the place underwent a face-lift, filling the alleys with colourful murals. Explore the area to find your favourite street angle.

5. Petronas Twin Towers 

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Величайшие башни-близнецы.😍 Только ради них стоит сюда приехать.😍 Безумие!🙏🏽🙈😍 Я уже писала своё восхищение архитектурой КЛ!😳😅 Так вот, оно просто растёт с каждой минутой прибывания в этом городе! 🙈 В 9ом классе я твёрдо решила поступать на архитектора и закончила художественную школу!😂🤦🏼‍♀️ На архитектора я не пошла, зато развила талант к художественному искусству и когда-нибудь покажу вам свои картины.😈❤️ (Вы знали, что я рисую?😂). А у вас есть скрытые таланты?🤔😍

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The Petronas Twin Towers were the tallest skyscraper in Malaysia until The Exchange 106 came around. Here’s a tip, when taking photos at these iconic twin towers, use a wide angle lens to capture the full landscape.

6. KL Eco Park 

Get lost in the greenery scene right here in Kuala Lumpur. Pose at the canopy walk with the city skyline backdrop and you’ll get yourself a pic in the urban jungle backdrop!